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Security Features in Android Smartphones
become a basic necessity
of modern living.
Hackers use different
methods to access
sensitive information that
many people store on
their phones and Android
app developers are
working hard to build a
A) Built-In Security
1) Phone tracking with android device
Being able to remotely access your device
helps to improve security. You don’t have to
install a third party app to track your phone
remotely. It allows you to lock, locate, ring
and wipe your device remotely.
2) Screen Lock
Android provides various ways to lock your
phone. These include the use of a pin,
password, face unlock or pattern.
Unfortunately, about 39% of smartphone
users don’t make use of any of these security
3) Add contact info to your lock screen
You can add emergency contacts and other
contact information on your lock screen by
going to settings> security and then selecting
4) Phone encryption
If you’re planning to sell your phone,
encryption is something that you definitely
should do. However, it is something that can
also help to improve security even for daily
5) Two-factor authentication
This isn’t just for your phone but also for your Google
account and therefore all Google products that you
access with your account.